Aerial Founder Participating on Millennials Making Global Impact Panel during 2015 Global Diversity Leadership Exchange at United Nations Headquarters

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — June 5, 2015 — Britnie Turner, founder/CEO of Aerial Development Group, is part of a Millennials Making Global Impact leadership session during the 2015 Global Diversity Leadership Exchange at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, June 12.10929110_831406260264053_7352124549049060576_o

“Britnie is one of the young mavericks who represent the future of global business strategy: the triple bottom line of people, planet, profit, a values-driven approach designed to create social impact and global business prosperity for all,” said MaryAnne Howland, founder & CEO of Global Diversity Leadership Exchange.

At the age of 21, Turner founded Aerial Development Group, a residential and commercial real estate development company, to feed two passions: revitalize urban neighborhoods and help African orphanages become self-sustainable.

Moderated by Joshua Machiz and Bradley Smith, hosts of Nasdaq’s #SocialBell, in addition to Turner, panelists include Tiffany Pham, founder & CEO of Mogul, and Enrico Mangalindan, executive assistant for Head of Americas Monitoring and Surveillance & co-chair of UBS Pride Memberships and Communications, UBS.

The panel is one of three leadership sessions offered during the Global Diversity Leadership Exchange, a forum for global thought leaders focused on diversity and inclusion strategies and sustainable business in emerging markets. Other sessions for the fourth annual summit includeTechnology, Women and People with Disabilities and Inspirations Unpinned.

Global Diversity Leadership Exchange, a member of the UN Global Compact, comprises global thought leaders, C-level executives, government officials and front line officers in business development, diversity & inclusion, finance, human resources, investor relations, marketing, operations, social media and corporate social responsibility. Through keynote speakers, market case studies, social media and talking circles, attendees will acquire innovative and actionable strategies for: building global brand recognition; creating new and sustainable markets; anticipating and meeting customer needs; strengthening the supply and distribution chains; and sourcing the best talent in the world.

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